Ms. St. Lucia wins OECS pageant

Miss St Lucia Earlyca Frederick has copped the 2019 Miss OECS title.

She outperformed five other contestants at a competition held at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium Forecourt on Friday night.

The contestants competed in the following rounds: Swimwear, Evening Wear, Cultural Spectacle in Creative National Costume, Performing Talent, and Question & Answer.

Frederick won the awards for best creative national costume, miss photogenic and best in national costume.

Miss Grenada Odessa Merryman secured the first runner-up spot garnering the award for Best Talent, while Miss Dominica Marisol John placed second runner-up. She received the award for Best Evening Wear, Best in Evening Wear and Best Response to Question.

The last OECS pageant was held in Dominica 20 years ago and Miss Dominica Kamala Jno. Baptiste-Aaron won that competition

The Miss OECS 2019 Results is listed below

Miss Photogenic – Earlyca Frederick -St Lucia
Best Promotional Video – Saskia Evans-St Kitts & Nevis
Miss Amity – Mikelle Joseph- Antigua & Barbuda
Best Creative National Costume – Earlyca Frederick-St Lucia
Best in National Costume – Earlyca Frederick-St Lucia
Best Performing Talent – Odessa Merryman-Grenada
Best Swimwear – Saskia Evans-St Kitts & Nevis
Best in Swimwear -Saskia Evans- St Kitts & Nevis
Best Evening Wear -Marisol John- Dominica
Best in Evening Wear – Marisol John-Dominica
Best Response to Question – Marisol John- Dominica

2nd Runner Up – Dominica – Ms. Marisol John
1st Runner Up – Grenada – Ms. Odessa Merryman
Winner – Miss OECS 2019 – St Lucia – Ms. Earlyca Frederick

The last OECS pageant was held in Dominica 20 years ago and Miss Dominica, Kamala Jno. Baptiste-Aaron, won that competition.

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9 Comments

  1. Casio
    November 6, 2019

    one piece of body on her. trust me

  2. candid
    November 3, 2019

    Truly magnificent, new names to describe your success.Sunrise ,moonrise, every body look out for that. Great feelings when you consider that, it was not against your own natives but, the Caribbean best. You must have got there through self esteam.You keep it up, the sky is the limit. Well done.

  3. DCS Student
    November 3, 2019

    Interestingly the National Schools Youth Parade was cancelled halfway during the program on Friday due to inclement weather but the Miss OECS Pageant was not cancelled the same Friday due to inclement weather.

    Was the cancellation of the National Youth Schools Parade executed to facilitate final preparations for the Miss OECS Pageant Friday night?

  4. TJ
    November 3, 2019

    Congratulations! Congratulations! From the voices of the people it was well deserved.

  5. Not A Herd Follower
    November 2, 2019

    I thought this event was scheduled for the Carnival. Why during Independence?

  6. %
    November 2, 2019

    Congrats to all the participants.. Special congrats to miss St Lucia!

  7. TJ
    November 2, 2019

    Congratulations! Ms St.Lucia and all the young ladies that took part in this stupendous pageant. I know it is difficult for anyone to present themselves to the public. Bueno! Buenos! Senoritas!

  8. Miss OECS Winner
    November 2, 2019

    PCongratulations Misss OECS/St. Lucia! We wish you all the best in the year ahead. We look forward to the OECS as a regional body incorporating your reign in activities which raise awareness of the organisation, as that needs a boost. We hope there is a Miss OECS programme in place to facilitate that, otherwise it will be just another pageant. Congratulations are also in order to the talented Dominican artesan Mr. Francis Richards, for the beautiful award/carving he created for the event. Amazing! We need to highlight our OECS talent. Thanks to everyone who reactivated this event.

  9. Nature island
    November 2, 2019

    Congratulations Misss OECS/St. Lucia! We wish you all the best in the year ahead. We look forward to the OECS as a regional body incorporating your reign in activities which raise awareness of the organisation, as that needs a boost. We hope there is a Miss OECS programme in place to facilitate that, otherwise it will be just another pageant. Congratulations are also in order to the talented Dominican artesan Mr. Francis Richards, for the beautiful award/carving he created for the event. Amazing! We need to highlight our OECS talent. Thanks to everyone who reactivated this event.

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